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Fight Colorectal Cancer, Cancer Research Institute announce Cancer Immunology Research article publication discussing CRC immunotherapy advancement
The Cancer Research Institute announced today that it will honor biotechnology company Genentech and real estate developer and philanthropist Bruce Ratner with the 2017 Oliver R. Grace Award for Distinguished Service in Advancing Cancer Research.
Drs. Rafi Ahmed and Thomas F. Gajewski will receive the 2017 William B. Coley Award, and Dr. Shannon Turley will receive the 2017 Frederick W. Alt Award.
Cancer Research Institute collaboration with the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Apexigen will test CD40 antibody APX005M, nivolumab, and chemotherapy in pancreatic cancer patients.
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On June 15, hundreds of scientists, patients, advocates, and healthcare professionals donned white apparel for our sixth annual Wear White Day to raise awareness for lifesaving cancer immunotherapy research.
This week’s CRI breakthroughs deal with the development of checkpoint immunotherapy and other advances that have helped improve its use in the clinic.